Well, well, well. It’s been quite a week for Nintendo. After months of radio silence, the Nintendo Switch was unveiled. While I’m still working out the words I want to convey, let’s turn our attention to Fire Emblem. As soon as the presentation was over last Thursday/Friday, the Big-N decided to announce that there will be a Nintendo direct on 18/01/2017 dedicated to their Strategic-RPG, Fire Emblem. Most assumed it would be to talk about either the newly announced Warriors & the up and coming mobile game. We certainly were not expecting this (I really tried not to be too clickbait-y here). Continue reading “Have a look at Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Direct”
Yoshi’s Woolly World was a delight on the Wii U. It wrapped our little green dinosaur into wool and presented the cutest 2D platformer since LittleBigPlanet. It is a charming, and peaceful game that allows players to just enjoy a video game. Since it was released on the Wii U, next to no-one played it which This is a damn shame, but Nintendo are rectifying this with the 3DS release of Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World. I can promise it will be incredible. Continue reading “Look how cute Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World is!”
It’s hard keeping up with the latest video game announcements. It doesn’t help when you are being swamped with updated consoles, Lego bundles or Batman remakes. However, one game that caught my eye is Tank It! A game for both PC and, surprisingly, the Nintendo NX. Continue reading “Tank It! The latest game confirmed for the NX”
Well nobody saw that coming. At Apple’s annual “We’re going to release the next iPhone” conference in New York, the tech giant came up with a massive coop. Head of Apple, Tim Cook, was explaining how iPhone and iPad hold some 500,000 games. There was one person missing. As the projection behind him went black, a familiar coin noise came through the speakers and the Mushroom Kingdom came into view. Super Mario Run is coming to smartphones.
After months of silence from Nintendo, they are back with another direct. This time however, they have chosen to focus on up and coming games for the Nintendo 3DS. That’s right folks, we still have to wait for the NX announcement. Did Nintendo make up for it? Come in and have a look.
In the German town of Cologne, Gamescom 2016 is in full swing. Quickly becoming Europe’s answer to E3, developers and publishers of all sizes are out in force to show off their latest wears. If you’re not lucky enough to be playing these games before they launch, I’ve complied all the trailers that have come from the show. Keep on reading to take a look.